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Portrait Restaurant Review – What We Thought

What: Audrey Hepburn inspired menu Where: The Portrait Gallery  Why you should go there:   Favourite thing we ate: Veal and ricotta meatballs  If there is one thing I would like to have more of it would be poise. I have about as much grace as small baby elephant which in other words is zero.

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Alice in Wonderland in London

What: Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea followed by Alice’s Underground Adventures Where: Amba Hotel, The Strand, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5HX then The Vaults, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN Why you should go there: Die-hard fans of the original tale will love all the attention to detail...

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Bentley’s review – what we thought

What: Top seafood in a classic English setting Where: 11-15 Swallow Street, Mayfair W1B 4DG Why you should go there: To experience a nod to a time when dining out really was a luxury Favourite thing we ate: Bread and Butter Pudding and the lobster Opened since 1916, Bentley’s is a staple of...

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Yashin Ocean House Review – what we thought

What: Inventive sushiWhere: 117 – 119 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RNWhy you should go there: For the creative sushi dishes and presentationFavourite thing we ate: Vegetable Garden Yashin Ocean House is a sushi house-cum-Willy Wonka factory where sushi and Japanese dishes have been given...

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Yashin Ocean House Review – what we thought

What: Inventive sushiWhere: 117 – 119 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RNWhy you should go there: For the creative sushi dishes and presentationFavourite thing we ate: Vegetable Garden Yashin Ocean House is a sushi house-cum-Willy Wonka factory where sushi and Japanese dishes have been given...

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Masala Grill Review

You might recognise the address as this was the location of the well-known Indian restaurant, Chutney Mary for 25 years before it recently hopped over to Green Park, the group behind it quickly utilised the venue space to replace it with Masala Grill. The interior is great fun and adorned with...

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Masala Grill Review

You might recognise the address as this was the location of the well-known Indian restaurant, Chutney Mary for 25 years before it recently hopped over to Green Park, the group behind it quickly utilised the venue space to replace it with Masala Grill. The interior is great fun and adorned with...

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L’Escargot Review – What We Thought

What: London’s oldest French restaurant Where: Greek Street, Soho Why you should go there: For classic French dishes Favourite thing we ate: It of course had to be the snails  Stop whatever you’re doing, it’s time for a history lesson. Way back in 1896 M. Georges Gaudin opened Le...

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L’Escargot Review – What We Thought

What: London’s oldest French restaurant Where: Greek Street, Soho Why you should go there: For classic French dishes Favourite thing we ate: It of course had to be the snails  Stop whatever you’re doing, it’s time for a history lesson. Way back in 1896 M. Georges Gaudin opened Le...

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Christabel’s Edible Playground – What We Thought

What: Food you can play with.Where: Secret Location in North LondonWhy you should go there: If you want to play with your food and draw on the tablesFavourite thing we ate: Mango and Feta, Snake and Ladders  Caterer and event planner Christabel has been bringing the supper club scene to life...

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